The 2018 Job Outlook for Students

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The National Association for Colleges and Employers just released their 2018 Job Outlook for Students! A few notable highlights:

The most in demand degrees include Communications, Social Sciences, Humanities, and Education as well as STEM and Business.
There are a …

By Caitlin Goldbaum
Caitlin Goldbaum Career Coach Caitlin Goldbaum
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Upcoming interview but can’t schedule a mock interview appointment?

HuskyJobs presents Virtual Interview Practice

Interviews can be stressful regardless if you have done them before, or you are preparing for your very first one. The appointments to meet with career counselors can fill up quickly. Now, you can log into Husky Jobs and work …

By Andréa Solis
Andréa Solis Career Coach Andréa Solis
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When you feel like you aren’t making progress on the job search

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Many seniors, alumni and graduate students actively on the job search have been visiting my office. One common thread?  This comment: “I’m not making much progress and I’ve been tailoring my resume and cover letter.”

What is good job search …

By Catherine Basl
Catherine Basl Career Counselor Catherine Basl
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Skills for longevity and promotion at Google – aka the case for loving your humanities degree

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Ever wonder what the eight top characteristics of success at Google are?  Even if your answer to that question is “no” (points for honesty!), I encourage you to read on – because they’re not what you might think they would …

By Emma O'Neill-Myers
Emma O'Neill-Myers Associate Director of Employer Relations Emma O
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How employers look for evidence of skills

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Ever wonder how employers look at your resume to find evidence of skills?

Employers look for experiences that show both depth of contributions (what you did) and duration (how long you did it for). So an internship project that lasted …

By Catherine Basl
Catherine Basl Career Counselor Catherine Basl
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